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eers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: welcome everybody! that's a crowd right there. i love this crowd! thank you, guys. weome. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," you guy so happy you're here. thank you. i'd just like to let everyone know that i'm not a witch. [ laughter ] everyone is talking about christine o'donnell's senate campaign. this week, she released a campaign where she says, "i'm not a witch." [ light laughter ] that's pretty good. not as effective as her opponent's slogan, "i'm not christine o'donnell." [ laughter ] that's a better -- more effective. [ cheerand applause ] that's right. in her new ad christine o'donnell also said, "i'll go to washington and do what you do." [ laughter ] i don't want her to go and do what i'd. first of all, i don't think she could finish that many beers. i don't know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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and listen to this, it turns out christine o'donnell's father used to perform as bozo the clown. [ light laughter ] that's right. it's got to be weird when your dad was a grown man who dressed up as a clown every day and you're the embarrassment to the family. [ laughter ] really? [ audience ohs ] whoa, whoa, whoa. this is kind of weird. whoa, man. >> steve: whoa, whoa. [ light laught ] >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa. this is kind oweird. cesar milan, you know the guy, the dog whisperer, he's criticizing president obama for not properly training his dog, bo. apparently bo still don't respond to simple commands as sit, stay, and fix the economy. he doesn't do any of that uff. [ laughter ] he's a bad dad. [ cheers and applause ] there's some sports news. the nfl fined titans defensive coordinator chuck cecil $40,000 for flipping officials off on sunda
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[ light laughter ] when cecil was asked to comment on the fine -- well, let's just say it's up to $80,000. [ laughter ] check this out, ea sports released a new version of the video game "nba jam" that features obama, biden, bush and cheney. yeah. how it works is bush and cheney play the first half, then obama and ben try to come back from a 6 billion point deficit. [ audience o ] it's ptty -- a fun game. it's a lot of fun. [ applause ] it's a lot of fun to play. a long game. in the new versionf "nba jam" you can also play as bill and hillary clinton. [ light laughter ] very realistic. for instance, every time llary turns her back, bill scores. it just -- [ cheers and ohs ] [ applause ] >> steve: boom, boom! >> jimmy: whoa! whoa, buddy, whoa! >> steve: was that a joey lawrence, whoa? >> jimmy: what was that? >> steve: was that a joey lawrence whoa? >> jimmy: yeah. he trademarked whoa. yeah. and finall you guys, susan boyle had to cancel her
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performance of "hallelujah" on "dancing with the stars" tonight because of a throat infection. but between you and me, i heard hairball. [ audience ohs ] whoa! ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hairball. what? [ light laughter ] we'veot a fantastic show tonight. a very manly show. from the new show "blue blood," tom selleck is here! [ cheers and applause ] love thadude! he's a great guy, tom selleck. from the show "no reservations," the one and only thony bourdain! [ cheers and applause ] i love that show on the travel channel. that guy's a -- he's bad-ass. >> steve: keep him. [ in southern accent ] >> jimmy: "and we've got a great, great count music artist, trace adkins will be performing tonight."
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[ cheers and applause ] trace adkins. he's a legend. he's like 7'5", the deepest voice on earth. him, anthony bourdain, tom selleck -- >> steve: manly men. >> jimmy: i feel like richard simmons. [ laughter ] >> steve: well, you kn, i'm glad you didn't get a perm today. you were thinking about getting a pro perm. good thingou didn't. >> jimmy: i had it straightened. i had it straightened. manly, manly -- >> steve: that was superman. [ in deep voice ] >> jimmy: "deep voice. he says, 'hey, jimmy, how you doing?'" stands up, i'm like, "hey, mr. adkins, how are you?" >> stevetom selleck, manliest man of all. >> jimmy: tom selleck. dude's hanging out in jeans and boots like, "what's up?" chewing on leather. yeah. [ laughter ] but he doesn't care. anthony bourdain just slapped me around. "shut up,"eah. no nonsense that dude. >> steve: he has marlboro reds and beer for breakfast. >> jimmy: it's a great show. he's a genius chef too. you guys, we pride ourselves in being a positive show here. ways looking on the bright side of things. but of course, therere two sides to every story. tonight we take a look at those stories and issues making headlines today and weight the good with the bad in the segment we call "pros and cons."
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] tonight's "pros and cons" topic, the 2010 major league baseball post season. [ horse whinny's ] [ laughter ] the playoffs start tomorrow leading up to the world series later this month it's an exciting time. so, let's take a look at the pros and cons of post season baseball. here we go, pro, the league is making a few changes this post season to increase ratings. con, the world series will now be a best of seven dance competition. [ laughter ] i'd watch that. that'd be good. pro, the yankees made the playoffs! [ cheers and boos ] con, the mets made the layoffs. [ audience ohs ] there you go. it happens. you've got to do something. >> steve: in this economy. >> jimmy: got to do something. pro, the world series is known as the fall classic.
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con, so is taking dump in your neighbor's jack lantern. [ laughter ] "pulled a fall classic. gary did it, he pulled a fall classic." is that what you call that? >> steve: i guess so, apparently. >> jimmy: pro, buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks. con, that'll be $18.50. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] really? pro, kids can learn the proper fundamentals of e game by watching the best players in the league. con, like how to properly grab your crotch 12 times while at bat. grip is very important. >> stevegrip is important. >> jimmy: yep. pro, if you're a fan, you can get drunk and rowdy and be belligerent towards the third baseman. con, if you play adult league softball, you can get drunk, rowdy, belligerent and be the third baseman. [ laughter ] "i'm up next, beer me. gary pulled a fall classic." >> steve: "oh, man, that was new jacket." >> jimmy: pro, this is as exciting as baseball gets. con, this is as exciting as baseball gets? [ light laughter ] and finally, the world series is
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what little leaguers dream of being in. con, this is what i dreamed of being in. menudo. there we go. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] love menudo. that's the "pros and cons." we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ look at all the toyota's for sale.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody! thank you for watching our program. if you watch our show, you know i use twitter a lot. and sometimes on twitter, these weird lists get started. it's like a topic with a pound sign in front of it. on twitter, they call it a hash tag. well, anyway, we've been making our own hash tags on the show lately. and i thought we'd try it again tonight. a little earlier i srted a hash tag called, "my coworker is weird." i tweeted out, "he's 27 years old, and he's never eaten a salad. he says he'll be ready in 2011."
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that's true, dietch. yeah. he said that he can see himself eating a baby spinach salad th chicken and goat cheese in the year 2011. [ laughter ] he's a weird dude, 27 years old. so this is where youuys come in. go on twitter, tweet out something about something weird or something your weird co-worker did or something. and be sure to include the hash tag, "my co-worker is weird." i'll look at all of them. put some on the show torrow night. so, tune in, you might see your tweet on the show. it'll be fun. [ cheers and applause ] it'll be a good time. we're getting into the heart of fall, one of my favorite times of the year. if you're like me, when the leaves start to turn, and you feel a little chill in the air, you just want to curl up with a mug of hot cider and a book. of course, you don't want to be stuck reading a terrib book. that's why i've put together a list of books that you should stay away from. that's right. it's time for my fall "do not read" list. [ cheers and applaus] ♪
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and before we get intohis, there's one thing you need to know, every book on this list is 100% real. i'm serious, these are actual books. you can walk into a bookstore, go to amazon, check them out. they are real. all right, let's see what's on my "do not read" list. this first one here is for all of you exotic pet lovers out there. it's "how to care for your giant african land snail." [ laughter ] by lucie mann. i can't tell you how many of these things i've had at home. you take them home, throw some ribs in there, have them suck on ribs, and they just die. you win them at a carnival. throw a ping-pong ball in a -- "how to care for your giant african land snail." >> steve: i remember when you won at at that carnival. >> jim: it was a weird carnival, too. >> steve: 50 gallon jug. >> jimmy: this next one kind of ird's me out. "embalming is not a sport." [ laughter ] by arlin menager. nobody said it was, arlin. [ laughter ] i cannot think of even one single personho considers embalming to be remotely
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sport-like. so why are you talking about it like it might ? that'd be the worst sport ever. "we've got a sold out crowd today, three of us here. next up on the field is john -- this guy's the tiger woods of enbalming. no body pumps more pounds of preservatives into a cadaver like the gelman. i'm excited to see what he's got in store for us today." "embalming is not a sport." i was browsing at the bookstore recently and this book caught my eye re. i think you'll understand why. "natural bust enlargement with total mind power" by donald l. wion md. yeah, this method sounds very promising. i wonder how it works. this explains it down here. "how to use the other 90% of your mind to incree the size of your breasts." [ laughter ] really? 90% doesn't sound like total mind power to me. what's the other 10% doing? probably wishing you didn't spend $10 on this piece of jk. what nd of doctor writes a book like this, too? can you imagine if this guy was your doctor? you go in for an appointment. he's like, "hey, have you read my new bk?" you're like, "no, what is it?" he hands you ts. and then it's li, yeah, it's time for a new doctor.
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[ laughter ] this is -- thank you. thanks, doctor. i got this book for some friends of mine. they have a kid that's kind of hard to handle. "your 3-year-old: friend or enemy?" [ laughter ] by louise bates ames and frances l. itg. [ cheers and applause ] your friend or enemy? >> steve: nothing unhealthy about that. >> jimmy: nothing unhealthy about it. >> steve: not at all. >> jimmy: i don't know. look at this kid's picture. he's probably both. [ laughter ] >> steve: he might be a frenemy. jimmy: well hprobably was your friend and then you gave him that bowl hair cut. [ laughter ] not his fe is a living hell. he was like the kid you bring on a sitcom when it's starting to go down. >> steve: exactly. oliver. [ lauger ] i'm thinking oliver. >> jimmy: we just adopted a kid. >> steve: oh, really? how cute. >> jimmy: yeah. cancelled. this nexone is perhaps the worst birthday gift anyone has ever given me. "shipping semen? how to have a successful experience." [ audience ohs ] by penniahmed.
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love that the title is posed as a question. "you shipping semen?" "yeah, why, yeah. how'd you know?" [ laughter ] lo at the fonts on this thing. looks like microsoft word using the 12 font that came with the mac. it's like, underlined, "how to have a successful experience." i've got to show you guys the back cover too. this is a little ridiculous. it's a single set of human footprints in the sand. what does that have to do with anything with semen -- shipping semen. [ laughter ] i'm missing something. >> steve: his about sailors, maybe? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it might be a wa novel. >> steve: might be a -- herman wouk. >> jimmy: yeah. anyway, the best part is the front of the depressed horse on the cover. [ laughter ] he's like -- he's on his knees. he got stuck with some amateur handling his semen. "supsed to take that semen, put it in the back of the truck, you won't believe what happened. the hell's angels jumped me. they took all my semen. it was such an unsuccessful experience.
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i wish someone could just tell me how to have a successful experience." >> steve: shipping semen. >> jimmy: we're down to our last book here. this ones a doozy. it's a book for kids. although, i'm not sure that kids should be reading it. "why do i vomit?" [ laughter ] by angela royston. there you go. why do you vomit, i'll tell you, buddy. you vomit for the same reason i did when i was your age. i snuck into my parents' liquo cabinet, went a little overboard on the peppermint scnapps. that's probably why you're vomiting. [ light laughter ] i know this sounds really weird you guys. but, this photo was taken 15 years ago. i think this kid is actually right here in our audience tonight. can we see if we can find him? buddy, are you -- how are you buddy? [ cheers ] all grown up. [ applau ] you okay? how are yodoing, buddy? >> great. love your show, man. [ retching ] you're the best. >> jimmy: what?
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[ retching ] >> you're the best. >> jimmy: what? [ retching ] >> you're the best. >> jimmy: i'm the what? i'm the bit. [ retching ] >> the best. >> jimmy: i'm the b -- >> the best. >> jimmy: i'm the bass. [ retching ] >> best, best. >> jimmy: you okay, buddy? you don't look so good. [ retching ] watch out. [ rehing ] p. yeah, hold on. >> you're the st. i love your -- you're just -- [ dience groans ] >> jimmyokay. that poor guy. [ retching ] he probably just has to vomit for the last 15 years. he probably just doesn't know why. [ light laughter ] i hope he's okay. [ retching ] >> i love roots. r-r-r -- [ gags ] [ appuse ] >> jimmy: thank you. that's all the time we have for this edition of "do not read." -- nest "do n read list," we want to see it. go to latenightjimmyfallon.com. we'll be right back with tom selleck! [ cheersnd applause ] ♪ ♪ turn the tub around
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oufirst guest is an emmy-award winning actor and tv icon. his new show "blue bloods" airs fridays at 10:00 p.m. on cbs. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome tom selleck! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. before we get too deep into this. >> jimmy: yeah? >> i have a confession. i have shipped semen myself. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay. >> i have a ranch, and you need big long rubber gloves. and i don't want to get into that. >> jimmy: oh really? yeah. yeah. that book is useful then. yes. >> well, think about it now. but even as we speak planes are flying everywhere overhead
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shipping semen from one destination -- is happening and we don't know it. >> jimmy: yeah, you want to have a successful experience. >>orry, i just couldn't -- >> jimmy: no, i'm just -- >> -- couldn't resist. >> jimmy: the last time i saw you was a little -- >> huggy. >> jimmy: i hugged you. yeah. >> yeah. >> jiy: here's whatappened. i got to apologize. you were a good sport about it. i was hosting the emmy awards and i made a joke to intro you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i said, "ladies and gelemen you might know him as 'magnum p.i.,' i know him as my real father." >> yeah. [ laughter ] so he -- lived that i guess. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i wasn't there for the rehearsal 'cause i was doing "blue bloods and i had to fly in. so i'm backstage, and i can't hear anything. you know, so i come out to do my thing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, they sa the teleprompter's out there. and i'm lookg at where my wos are and, you know, you always worry about this as a celebrity, i hope it doesn't happen. and i see this figure in white coming out from my peripheral vision dashing at me. and i go, "it's an ax murderer." [ laughter ] and then -- >> jimmy: you thought i was
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going to kill you. >> and suddenly i was in your arms, and it was very romantic. >> jimmy: yeah, i hugged u. yes. and i said, "dad, you are real." >> and i thought that was very strange. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how could you know what i was talking about. >> i didn't. i just had no idea. >> jimmy: and u know what's weird, is that -- weirdly, i had kind of the same outfit on th you had. >> yeah. >> jimmy: look at this picture. >> yep. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was just coincidence. look how tan -- look how tan i was. >> yeah, except i tied my tie. mine's a real tie. >> jimmy: mine's a clip-on. >> yeah. you did a clip on. >> jimmy: i was like snooki in this picture. look how tan i am. gosh. [ laughter ] that's a real tan right there. >> that's a beauty. >> jimmy: yeah, i was at -- was tanning out by the pool side. >> you were tanner than i was. >> jimmy: i know. i was very tan. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i was going for george hamilton. well, there's only one way to tell if we are similar, i have a -- >> oh, that's lovely. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's pretty go. >> actually it's very good.
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it's not staying on very good. but it's pretty good. might grow one up. >> what? >> jimmy: doesn't really match my voice. but, that's pretty cool, right? you know your mustache has appeared on our ow. >> i heard rumors about that. >> jimmy: separately. yeah. we made it battle '70s burt reynolds mustache. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we did a thing called "ultimate mustache fighter." and wead dude dress up as giant mustaches and they wrestle each other in the ring, but we're on late at night. [ laughte] >> and he lost. [ laughter ] but i mean, i heard there was cheating involve. >>immy: there was controversy. >> yeah. >> jimm as they say in england. >> because -- >> jimmy: because -- well, what happened was -- it looked like charlie chaplain's mustache was coming down to -- to come into the ring. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so it was the little tramp. we all love charlie chaplain. turns out it was hitler's mustache and he blind sided and knocked your mustache out. >> otherwise, you know, my mustache h never lost a fight. >> jimmy: no, never.
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we have your entrance here. they have a great entrance. here's tom selleck's mustache wrtling. >> and his opponent weighing in at 0.001 1/4 ounces. with a record of 12 wins, 2 losses and 9 years as the star of "magnum pi." he's debonair. he's made of hair. he's '80s tom selleck's mustache, and you best be wear. >> steve: now this is the only fato be voted the sexiest and deadliest mustache alive in the same yea [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good television. >> that's a big one. that was probably when my mustache did a western. >> jimmy: yeah. that's when you -- >> -- when it was very big. that's been very difficult. >> jimmy: your mustache is? >> oh yeah, he wan to be loaned out. and he has his own dressing room. >> jimmy: does he have privat parties and stuff? >> well he -- i was in the lion room and he was in the bird room. >> jimmy: that's right. he was in different -- >> and he's really upset that you didn't visit him like you did me. >> jimmy: i know i did. well, after his loss, i don't know if we're friends. so i was worried. >> oh -- that was cheating. >> jimmy: either way, it's emmy-award winning television
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right there. mustache fighting. hopefully we get nominated next year. you acally hosted themmy's. >> i hosted the em's. we have that in common. >> jimmy: yeah. >> except, you were funny. and i wasn't. jimmy: no, i doubt it. >> no, no, i'm not kidding. i was off in hawaii doing "magnum" and my friend carol burnett said, "i'm hosting the emmy's but i'm not -- i'm sick, would you do it for me?" anshe's a pal, and i go, "carol, i'm not funny." and i made a kind of critical mistake. this is, you know, the laws and rules of show business. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you don't do this. i was so nervous that i went out and apologized to the audience for the show they were about see. and that didn't go very well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you opened up with an apology. >> yeah, i said -- >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> it seemed like a good idea at the time. i don't feel like it should be. but it was the fastest emmy show in history. i did no jokes, and i just raced [ laughter ] through the awards. and i was -- look, all the people in the audience were
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grateful because you know, it's a long night. >> jimmy: iis a long night. >> and i don't play guitar. and you're funny, and i'm not. so i think i made the right decision. >> jimmy: songs help to move it on. >> y did a great job. >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. you -- you hold a little history there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: a little trivia, you were the only host to win an emmy while you were hosting. >> i guess. >> jimmy: that's cool. >> you know, i'm rehearsing, and my knees were shaking in the rehearsal. and they sai "here's the part in the show where your award's up." because i'd been nominated like four times and lost. and -- and -- >> jimmy: that must be a bummer. >> well, that is, you know. 'cause -- >> jimmy: it's not -- >> it's really you sit in the audience. and they sneak up on you. but you can see them coming with the camera. >> jimmy: yeah a camera guy with a man with wires. >> and then you got -- yeah, you've got two choices you can pretend it's not there and the audiencenows you're pretending it's not there. or you can look at it and make goofy faces, and that doesn't work either.
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and then i was always the guy who was inhe audience when they announced the award going, "oh, i'm so happy they won." which is -- it's completely false. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're like mad. >> you put on a happy face, but you've got to stay with it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> because -- >> jimmy: i lovthis guy. he deserves it. >> yeah, the guy -- [ cheers and applause ] thank you. the guy who -- who's going to win or won is giving a speech, and they may cut back to you. so you've still got to be just gleeful that you lost. [ light laughter ] and it's just -- so i -- now i'm hosting the emmy's. and i don't get to do the walk. i win and i ran across the stage and i was still nervous and dumbfounded. i think i said somethi like thank you and then ran back and hosted the awards. >> jimmy: so it was all for -- >> i don't know what the walks like. it was really short. >>immy: was for "magnum p.i." >> kind of like my opening of the show. >> jimmy: yeah. just quick.
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>> very short. >> jimmy: i like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: speaking of thear -- >> -- shorts. >> jimmy: it was like the opening of my show. >> jimmy: i've got to say every halloween now and then you'll see someone dressed as "magnum p.i." >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: with the hawaiian shirt,he hat and the short shorts. >> well, first of all there is a "magnum" hawaii -- "magnum" in hawaii costume for halloween which was a mistake. i shouldn't have approved it. [ light laughter ] i get no money and i see it everywhere now. [ laughter ] you know, i'll do like a charity thing and there's always some grown-up with a phony stache and a shirt. but the shorts are not in the costume. and they're- i have a thing about this. you know, everybody saying, "you wore those really short shorts in the show. it's the only thing dated about the show." and they're not dated. those are shorts. what people are wearing today, they're just like ovsized pajama bottoms cut off. you know? and shorts -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> which are real shorts will be coming back at which point this will be an ugly period in our
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history where the nba guys wear those big things. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know. these are pretty short shorts. hey! [ cheers and applause ] >> those were -- they were kind of big for the era. shorts were even shorter. >> jimmy: yeah, either way, you rocked it out because you're a stud. more with tom selleck when we return. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ anncr: saturday at old navy it's the hoest of gobblepalooza!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wcome back. i'm hanging with one of my favorites, tom selleck right here. [ cheers ] he has a new show lled "blue bloods." >> that's on cbs. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. "blue bloods" is about a family. you and your kids. >> it is. >> jimmyit's about cops and -- >> well, it's about cops, and it's not like a procedural. it's really about the family and -- who happen to be an irish family of cops for three generations and how it affects them. and that seems to be whas hooking people because we're doing good. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. you're doing great. i'm so happy for you. that's great. [ cheers andpplause ] you gotood writers. >> we got couple of writers from the "sopranos." robin green and mitch burgess. and -- >> jimmy: they know how to write that family stuff. >> yeah.
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yeah. and they kind of said at a press conference. they said, "look, we did a show about anti-heroes, we want to do a show about heroes." and if you're playing nypd police oicers, you're playing heroes. so it's a big -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: absolutely, absolutely. now, you shoot the show in new york city, correct? >> we shoot -- yeah. it high adventure sometimes, but the show is better. it's like a character in the show if you can shoot here, a lot of shows kind of pretend they're here buthey're in vancouver. >> jimmy: toronto or something, yeah. >> and i don't blame them, it's cheaper, but cbs kind of stepped up. so, i'm n supposed to say that, am i? cbs, on -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah, you can say -- we bleep it out and change it to nbc. >> perfect [ laughter ] but it's a little harder, you know. if you shoot in l.a. and you put up a rope line, the people pay attention. in new york, mean -- >> jimmy: you could care less. they could care ss. >> well, i've been here a lot of -- >> jimmy: "hey, tom selleck, hey!"
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>> well, it's "hey, tommy." >> jmy: yeah. >> "hey, magnum. hey, jessie." but i've got to change that because if they breathe rope lin they get in our shots, you know, or a car comes by, it's in the shot. i'd prefer it if they said, "hey, francis, or frank. hey, frank or frankie" because i play frank regan. >> jimmy: the new character. >> so, that would help the show a lot if anybody's thinking about breaking aope line. [ laughter ] >> jimmy-- on the street. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: just yell, "hey, frankie." >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> or francis. i kind of like francis. what'd you guys think? >> jimmy: frans! [ scattered applause ] >> "hey, francis. "say hi to magnum for me." [ laughter ] don't plant those seeds because it'll really screw up -- jimmy: "how those shorts doing?" we have a clip from the great show "blue blood." here's tom selleck. >> so? >> what? lunch with my beautiful daughter, has been a tradition since you've been at the d.a.s. >> yeah, except 3:00 in the afternoon and not a wednesday.
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>> well, maybe i remembered that you second seeded the diplomatic case once. >> i'll poke around a little bit. see if i can find a way into, around, or over this thing. >> always good to have a plan b. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, that was -- that was bridget moynahan, she plays my daughter, and she's a babe. >> jimmy: gorgeous. >> i'm constantly saying when i'm working with her. "that's your daughter. that's your daughter." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no chemistry. that is your daughter. >> that is your daughter. yeah, bridget's really good, though. >> jimmy: she is. >> and we've got real good actors. donnie wahlberg and will estes. >> jimmy: ye. >> and len cariou, who -- >> jimmy: well, the show's doing great. and congratulations again on the show. come back whenever you're free. tom selleck. "blue bloods" friday at 10:00 p.m. on cb anthony bourdain joins us next. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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visit this website to see how you can help. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jim: welcome back. our next guest this evening is a
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renowned culinary and travel expert whose new book "medium raw" is currently in stores. his show "no reservations" just aired the 100th episode on the travel channel. please welcome anthony bourdain, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, how you doing? >> jimmy: thanks for comi on the show, i appreciate it. you know, i'm a giant fan of yours. my mom gave me for a christmas present, i bet you remember this. she got me an autographed copy of "kitchen confidential." >> i remember. >> jimmy: it was at the culinary institute. >> yes. >> jimmy: and my mom said -- 'cause i go, "oh, my god you got it autographed by tony bourdain." it's so cool. i loved it and then i saw you and i go, "hey, my mom gave me your book as my present." and you go, "i remember this because your mom cut the line." [ laughter ] >> she's good with the elbows. she was dropping culinary students twice her size.
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>> jimmy: all these kids are waiting to meet you and my mom cuts the line and like, "i'm jimmy fallon's mom." what did she say? >> she's very nice. very proud of you. and i have to say you owe me, because i resied the urge to -- you know, i said, "oh yeah, jimmy fallon, i'm a big fan." i did not say, as i might have, oh, i just saw him last week in siberia bar. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. thank you for not saying that. i appreciate that. my mom -- very embarrassing. -- i'm sorry she did that > very nice. >> jimmy: all right, good. but, i did appreciate that. and you're a parent now too, 3 1/2, your daughter? >> 3 1/2, yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations buddy. >> i'm liking it, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're aad! >> yes. >> jimmy: you are a dad. has that softened you up at all? >> yeah, i mean, you know, when you spend as much -- when you know all of the songs to "the little mermaidyou pretty much -- any notion of cool goes out e window. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. unless it's done by loreed or something. >> i want that album. >> jimmy: it was pretty good. yeah, exactly, a tough album. does she have like a distinctive, like a good palate because her dad'--
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>> she eats grilled cheese and hot dogs like any other kid. but every once in a while she surprises me. we were in paris a couple of weeks ago doing a show. and you know, she's eating her usual kiddie food and my wife and i order one of the shellfish towers. you know, the massive thing with clams, and oysters, and welks, and crabs, and lobsters and all that. and, i don't, "little mermaid," you know, ariel, the "little mermaids" lovele side kick is sebastian, that sort of crab like lobster tng. she looks up top and she recognizes and sheoes, "oh, sebastian." we just up, yanked them down, start tearing meat out of s back. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: eating sebastian. >> that's my little girl. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's so good. are you afraid to keep her away from fast food and all that stuff? >> yeah. i -- using any means necessary to keep her away from the king, the clowand the colonel. i can't have that. jimmy: you can't, no, no. >> i see them as the enemy. and i would really like to make sure they don't get their hooks into her.
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and i don't think you can win this argument on the facts. i don't think she cares what michael pollen says. what are you gonna do? call the kid over, "hunter, nessa, are you aware of the calorie count? that food's bad for you." >> jimmy: a 3-year-old doesn't re about calorie count. >> or even, you know, when your parents say it's bad for you. does that ever work? my parents told me heroin was bad for me. did i listen? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, you did not listen, no, no. >> no. so, i've been embarking on a real campaign of terrorizing my 3 1/2-year-old to -- you know, i'm not suggesting that you tell your kid that ronald mcdonald has been implicated in e disappearance of a number of small children, but you might sathat. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you frighten your child. >> it's their health we're talking about here, the future. >> jimmy: i love it. i love that you would do that. the book, by the way, "medium raw" is fantastic. great book. i love that it actually is -- first of all, it says "medium raw: a bloody valentine to the world of food and the people who cook."
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that's a great title. right there. you won me over right in the title alone. but, i love that it actually is -- it really is raw. that's why i love your books because it's so -- downloaded it on my kindle because i'm so technically hip. >> wow. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but i got into it because i just love it. it's so raw, it's so you, it's like, generally you do talk about drug use and how you've tried and dabbled and you've straightened out. >> yeah, well, you know it's -- cocaine is never a -- does anyone ever thought it was a good idea? i guess eventually you learn, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but especially the fatherhood thing, any notion of -- as soon as i saw my daughter's face, the leather jacket went right in the garbage. no one wants a dad who rocks. [ light laughter ] there's something creepy about that. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. like, yeah, i'm cool. yeah, yeah, yeah. well, i just love it. i think it's a great book. and you're also working on a graphic novel, as well. a comibook?
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>> yes, i'm with my co-author joe rose. we're working on an ultra-violent fo-base sort of graphic novel for vertigo about homidal food nerds slaughtering each other over culinary arcadia. [ applause ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, you know. that's not the way you make -- that's not the way you make -- >> jimmy: you're just killing people? >> yeah, yh. >> jimmy: that is awesome. were you a comic book fan growing up? >> i was a big comic book fan long before i ever found myself in the kitchen. i wanted to ben underground cartoonist. i was a collector and comic nerd. so this is sort of the realization of the dream. >> jimmy: do you still have your collection? >> boy, it all comes back to drugs, doesn't it? sold them at a low point in the '80s. [ light laughter ] i really regret that decade. let me tell you. >> jimmy: my thanks to a legend anthony bourdain, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] check out his bo in stores now. "medium raw."
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we'll be back with a song from trace adkins, everybody. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've got a great show coming up tomorrow. the beautiful diane lane will be here. [ cheers and applause ] from their npr show, "wait from their npr show, "wait wait, don't tell me!" peter sagal and carl kasell will be stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] love those guys. and we'll have music from a good band, fist full of mercy, is going to be here tomorrow night. hope to see you back here. it's gonna be great. our next guest is a long-time country music hit ker. he's here tonight to play the title track from his latest album "cowboy's back in town." please welcome the one and only trace adkins. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ nobody knows where she goes every other weekend ♪ ♪ monday morning
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she's back at work with a smile on her face again ♪ ♪ theask but she don't tell she's keeping him to herself ♪ ♪ he rolls in like a southwest wind hot off of the plains ♪ ♪ she needs the love he brings like the desert needs the rain ♪ ♪ this high rise life she's living is benning to get her down ♪ ♪ but it's all better now cause her cowboy's back in town ♪ ♪ yeah back in town ♪ ♪ ♪ so far the way thingsre works for both of them ♪ ♪ he's tried time after time to take her home with him ♪
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♪ she says one day she might and it might be tonight ♪ ♪ he rolls in like a southwest wind hot off of the plains ♪ ♪ she needs the love he brings like the desert needs the rain ♪ ♪ this high rise life she's living is beginning to get her down ♪ ♪ but it's all better now cause her cowboy's back in town ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's getting harder to be apart cause that cboy owns her heart ♪ ♪ he rolls in le a southwest wind hot off of the plains ♪
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♪ she needs the love he brings like the desert needs the rain ♪ ♪ this high rise life she's living is beginning to get her down ♪ ♪ but it's all better now so much better now it's all better now ♪ ♪ cause her cowboy's back in town the cowboy's back in town ♪ ♪ nobody knows where she goes ery other weekend ♪ ♪ monday morning rolls back around she won't be coming in ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah!

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